Hotel Providence Terme & Spa

Via G.Mazzella 162, Forio, Ischia, Campania, 80075, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via G.Mazzella 162, Forio, is near Giardini Poseidon Terme (Poseidon Gardens), Sant'Angelo, Giardini Ravino, and Monte Epomeo.
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    Travel Blogs from Forio

    Naples gateway to Sorrento and Pompeii

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... sea is about 30 miles away. The old port gates are still standing. Every day the streets were flooded with gushing water to clean them. Large stepping stones were placed in the street to allow pedestrians to cross without getting there sandals wet. Chariots traveling in either direction could straddle the stones (all had standard-sized axles). In the basalt stones used to pave the streets, chariot wheel indentations can been seen. A single stepping stone meant ...

    The Italian Job

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 15, 2014

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    ... br> food, the way of life, their crazy ...


    A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Sep 01, 2013

    ... Verlet, 1985). Plans of the evolution of Versailles The palace in 1668 The palace in 1674 The palace in 1680 Louis XV – Louis XVI (1722–1788)[edit] During the reign of Louis XV, Versailles underwent transformation,designed by Louis Le Vau, but not on the scale that had been seen during the reign of Louis XIV. The first project in 1722 was the completion of the Salon d'Hercule. Significant among Louis XV’s contributions to Versailles were the petit appartement du roi; ...


    A travel blog entry by rowan26 on Jun 29, 2013

    ... at that we left Pompeii. When we left it was very wet. When we arrived at the train station to get back it started raining again and this time we had no shelter. We were standing in the hot and rainy weather for fifteen minutes and then finally the train came. We just got seats and it was a nice dry way back. Pompeii was great in the end. I learnt a lot and it was amazing touching stuff that was 2000 years ...

    Italy at last!

    A travel blog entry by blakeman on Apr 19, 2013

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    ... It’s a lot smaller town then the famous Pompeii, in it’s day it was thought to be a resort for the wealthy Romans. Herculaneum was destroyed by boiling mud (lava). The mud buried the city and preserved wood, textiles and frescoes while the ash in Pompeii didn’t. When the site was initially excavated they found no human remains so it was thought all the residents escaped, and it wasn't until 1984 that over 250 skeletons were found along ...